I was drunk but not drunk enough not to notice him. Good Lord, he was beautiful. Did boys like him really exist? I thought I might be imagining him. “You wanna have a shot with me sweetheart?” he smiled crookedly and lifted the bottle up. The huskiness of his voice made me him sound dangerous, yet he was soft spoken…an enigma.
When eighteen year old Lee Bennett moves in with her childhood friend Camryn, the last person she thought she’d meet was Kyle Carter. Kyle is everything Lee’s been warned to stay away from, yet everything she’s drawn to. His boldness, flirtatious nature and jaw dropping good looks have Lee’s head in a spin, and she cant seem to stay away.
But the secrets of her past still haunt her, which makes her attraction to Kyle all the more scary…
Kyle Carter can’t keep his eyes off his hot new roommate, or his hands. Lee is fresh and innocent, and everything Kyle knows he can’t have. But that doesn’t stop him from wanting her.The pressure of living together combined with the sizzling chemistry fuels an unstoppable liaison.
Both know they shouldn’t be together, yet can’t bear to be apart. They fall into a twisted affair of love, passion and deceit. Kyle’s on/off girlfriend, Rachel has a hold on Kyle. She hold a dark secret of his past over him, that threatens to tear apart his relationship with Lee apart. The first girl he cared about. Lies, deceit, passion and first love fuel together in their tumultuous relationship.
Can Kyle break free from the bonds that hold him to Rachel? Can Lee forgive the indiscretion and lies. And will Kyle Carter be the man who can break her fall.
About the Author:
Hi, my name is Chloe Walsh and I’m a twenty-four year old reader/writer/stay at home mammy. I was born and raised in the rebel county of Cork, Ireland and love reading all different genres, especially new adult and paranormal romance. My husband and I have two children who are my absolute world. 🙂
Review of Break My Fall
Star rating: 5 stars
I don’t normally read this genre, but I am glad I did. I just loved Break My Fall.
Lee moves in with her high school friend, and straight away you can see her innocence and fear. Her first night there she drinks a little too much and finally gets to meet another roommate, Kyle, who is drop dead gorgeous. Something sparks between the two of them, and Lee acts out of character by kissing Kyle back when he kisses her, only for the kiss to end by his kind-of girlfriend Rachel, who is pissed to say the least.
Lee dies of embarrassment the next day when she comes face to face with Kyle, and spills her coffee; it’s pretty funny how she gets around him. But as the story continues and we watch their love blossom for each other, so much more comes to the surface. I can tell you one thing, this book is drama, drama, drama, and I loved every second of it. I found myself laughing non-stop, or giving Lee a high five when she stood up to Rachel.
The part that got me the most is when Lee and Kyle have a fight in the Kitchen and he grabs her while screaming, it’s at the moment I could see the depth of Lee’s issues, she crumbles and I crumbled too. I had to put my book down, as I cried. It tore me apart; it was so well written I could feel every ounce of Lee’s pain. After the episode we find out exactly what happened to Lee and it’s so sad, but we also see why Kyle is the way he is too and what hold Rachel has on him.
The story is two people with messed up back grounds, both fighting the odds, and both falling for each other.
The sex scenes in the book where very heavy in my opinion, and once again it isn’t something I would normally read, but overlooking them, the story itself was brilliant I finished this book in one sitting and would highly recommend it to others.